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Morris the Mole is looking for love - and when he heads down to the farm, he thinks it is going to be right at the end of his nose. But Morris is short-sighted, and what he finds at the end of his nose isn't quite the love he was expecting.
A funny and endearing tale of what happens when you look for love - and love finds you.
About the Author
David Bedford David Bedford is a successful picture book writer, who writes with warmth, humour and heart. He has written many books for Little Tiger, including Shaggy Dog and the Terrible Itch illustrated by Gwyneth Williamson. He lives in Norfolk with his young family.
About the Illustrator
Rosalind Beardshaw Rosalind has loved drawing and painting since childhood and from an early age decided she would like to become an illustrator. She studied at Manchester Polytechnic where she gained a degree in Illustration. She initially designed greetings cards and wrapping paper before branching out into picture books. She is also published by Bloomsbury and Macmillan. She now lives in York, and has a baby son.
Spring brings Morris the mole out of his burrow and looking for love. Being weak in the eyesight department, however, his quest seems doomed to failure; the shiny black fur that swims into view belongs to a horse who blows him into a pile of leaves, the pretty pink nose to a pig who knocks him into slimy mud and the wide feet to a goose who almost sits on him. Discouraged, Morris retreats - only to achieve bliss at last when Mini, another mole, arrives with a pair of eyeglasses that literally clarifies his whole outlook. Between the hearts on the cover and a final view of the happy couple cavorting joyously, Beardshaw fills her soft-edged scenes with spring flowers, smiling animals and paired-off birds and insects. Ah, sweet romance. (Picture book. 5-7) (Kirkus Reviews)
For Ages: 3+ years old
Published: 1st February 2009
Dimensions (cm): 21.5 x 27.0 x 0.5
Weight (kg): 0.178